2009 UFL Football Betting Season
San Francisco, Orlando, Las Vegas and New York will be on the UFL football odds board this fall. Here is a look at United Football League betting.
UFL football betting won’t be as popular as NFL betting but it will get attention at the sportsbook. What will immediately help UFL football betting is that the games will be on television in the United States. The Versus television network will be showing the games in the U.S. and that will help their popularity in UFL football odds.
UFL football betting pointspreads will be on the board every week in October and continue through November with the championship game at the end of the month in Las Vegas. The games will be mid-week which means they won’t be competing with NFL betting odds. That is a huge plus for the league since going against the NFL never works.
How do you begin with UFL football betting? It is going to look like the NFL so you can do the same things with your handicapping in UFL football betting that you do in the NFL. The first thing to consider in UFL football betting is the future bet. You can bet on one of the four teams to win the title. Unlike future bets in other sports this one won’t take long to be decided. In the first year of UFL football betting the season won’t be long and the championship will be decided in late November. You can wager on a UFL football betting future and have it decided quickly. Keep in mind that a UFL football betting future is where you are betting on a team to win the title. The UFL football odds will be low since there are only four teams involved in this first season.
Once the regular season begins UFL football betting will start to gain a following at the sportsbook. You can handicap the games by looking at the stats and getting a feel for the games at the sportsbook. The games won’t rival the NFL or any other type of league but it is still football and people will look at UFL football odds. Don’t be surprised if the league starts to develop a following even in this first year of the United Football League.